- Classes are 100% Online to Fit Your Busy Schedule
- Concentration in Global Program and Project Management
- Learn from Leading Researchers & Industry Professionals
- Each Course is Designed by a Team of Highly Qualified Faculty and Subject Matter Experts
- International Association of Management of Technology (IAMOT) and Regionally Accredited
Next Session Begins in May 11!
Graduates are prepared to obtain a position in industry, consulting, technology, program/project management, product development and/or further study leading to a doctoral degree.
The entire M.S. in Technology Management can be completed online. The courses are offered asynchronously, allowing students to balance coursework with their personal and professional obligations. Students generally take two courses each term and can complete it in just six semesters. With supportive faculty and personalized academic advising, the online program provides students the flexibility they need to be successful.
You can view a sample course here.
Tuition and Fees
The University of Bridgeport offers an M.S. in Technology Management from an accredited institution for around $30,000.
Office of Graduate Admissions
University of Bridgeport
126 Park Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Schedule & Course Sequence
The University of Bridgeport's M.S. in Technology Management follows a traditional 16 week course schedule. Classes begin in January, May and August. Classes are offered year-round and students can complete the entire program in less than three years, taking two classes at a time.
Technology Management Sample Course Sequence
TCMG 505: Project Management for Engineers and Technologists
TCMG 524: Statistical Quality Control Techniques
MGMT 523: Leadership, Teams and Managing Change (Formerly TCMG 523)
TCMG 495: Technical Writing in Communication and Research
TCMG 400: Marketing, Entrepreneurship & Innovation Issues and Practices in Management
TCMG 525: Finance and Accounting for Managers
MGMT 565: Foundations of Product Management (Formerly TCMG 508)
TCMG 506: Advanced Program and Project Management
ENGR 400: Engineering Colloquium
TCMG 546: Engineering Economics
TCMG 534: Strategic Sourcing & Vendor Management
TCMG 595: Business/Technology Capstone
The M.S. in Technology Management is designed for students with a technical background who are interested in advancing their career in management and/or technology.
Students need to complete an application and submit the required materials to be considered for admission. The Office of Graduate Admissions is available to assist students throughout the application process.
The online M.S. in Technology Management program requires 34 credits and consists of 3 components:
1. Core Courses (19 credits)
In the six core courses, you will apply theories from the foundation coursework through cases and real-world exercises across topics including:
- Statistical Quality Control Techniques
- Project Management for Engineers and Technologists
- Marketing, Entrepreneurship & Innovation Issues and Practices in Technology Management
- Technical Writing in Communication and Research
- Leadership, Teams and Managing Change
- Finance and Accounting for Managers
2. Global Program and Project Management Concentration (12 credits)
- Foundations of Product Management
- Advanced Program and Project Management
- Engineering Economics
- Strategic Sourcing & Vendor Management
3. Business/Technology Capstone Course (3 credits)
The University of Bridgeport's Technology Management program is specifically designed to develop skills and competencies such as:
- Identifying and evaluating the impact of relevant changing technology and managing those changes
- Designing programs to identify, develop and implement innovative technological based solutions
- Managing the effective planning and execution of those technology based initiatives and the integration of their results into the mainstream of an enterprises’ strategy, processes and operations
- The application of technology to create wealth
- Leadership, the creation and sustenance of high-performance global teams and enabling innovation
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Gad Selig, PMP, COP
Associate Dean, Business Development, Division of Graduate Studies and Research
Director, Technology Management Program, School of Engineering
Assistant Professor of Technology Management and Biomedical Engineering
Associate Professor of Technology Management and Mechanical Engineering
Ph.D. in Technology Management Program Director
Associate Professor of Technology Management
In addition to our full-time faculty, you will learn from instructors who are industry and subject matter experts.